We are so grateful to our many volunteers for the dedication of their time and talents to helping The Mediation Center in our mission to transform conflict into opportunity in communities across Western North Carolina. Get involved!
Supplies Needed for our FVP Clients
Our Family Visitation Program welcomes groups of volunteers to sanitize our visitation rooms, including all of our children’s games and toys. This helps to keep our supervised visitation program clean, healthy, and safe for the parents and children who use these services.
We may occasionally have additional volunteer opportunities for groups that are not listed above. For more information about how your group might be able to serve our organization, get in touch below!
More than 30 Volunteer Community Mediators are at the heart of The Mediation Center’s work, and each year or two we welcome new volunteers into their ranks. All Volunteer Community Mediators have completed the Mediation Center’s 50-hour Community Mediation Training, which is provided at no cost to those accepted into the program. We generally offer the training about once a year, and our next training starts in January of 2024. If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Community Mediator, download the info sheet about the 2024 Community Mediation Training. After reviewing this information, click here to complete an application.
Do you have another skill or talent that you believe could help The Mediation Center accomplish its mission? We welcome hearing from you about ways that you could serve our organizational mission. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us about your skills and availability or how you envision volunteering at The Mediation Center.
Get In Touch
For more information about volunteering with The Mediation Center, e-mail us or get in touch using the form below: